This big rural house, that has been in an abandoned state for a few years, used to be the centre of all the productive and social activities of “Feudo Cugni”. Inside this building there was the feudatory ’s main residential house, warehouses for the harvest produce, the farmer‘s house and a church, located in a dominant position compared the rest of the property. Other buildings cover an area of approximately 750 sq. m, whereas the surrounding land , which is walled in with dry stone walls, stretches a further 5,700 sq. m. It has preserved it ancient charm: its vaulted ceilings, the remains of an ancient portico, and stone archways. The property is plunged in a historic and cultural environment of great relevance, not far from Pantalica – the biggest necropolis in Europe and close to all the Baroque towns of the Val di Noto which are all part of the Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites.